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College Counseling Organization

College Counseling Organization

Hello everyone! I am Anastasia Mrelashvili, a junior from Tbilisi, Georgia. I have just come up with a new extracurricular idea. My idea is to create an international college counseling organization. First, participating in the organization will be free. If it expands, then it might request some cost from the participants. I am thinking of helping the students choose what they want to study at university, and at which university, research about that specific university, boost their admissions chances to their dream colleges by helping them with SATs (offering resources), writing a good CV, and helping them in extracurricular activities (based on their interests of course), a little bit of help with rising their GPAs, helping them in personal and supplemental essays, and other parts of the applications. I am looking for someone who will help me in forming this organization. If you are interested, if you think that you have enough acumen to help, if you want to boost your CV, and if you want to help other students please fill out this application- forms.gle/3fDnTtRvYk4gRkzx6. If you don't want to participate but just have some suggestions or questions you can write them in the comments. Thank you!!

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5 months ago

That is a cool idea but make sure to find people who you know will help first

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